Strictly business.--The gold that glittered.--Babes in the jungle.--The day resurgent.--The fifth wheel.--The poet and the peasant.--The robe of peace.--The girl and the graft.--The call of the tame.--The unknown quantity.--The thing's the play.--A ramble in Aphasia.--A municipal report.--Psyche and the pskyscraper.--A bird of Bagdad.--Compliments of the season.--A night in new Arabia.--The girl and the habit.--Proof of the pudding.--Past one at Rooney's.--The venturers.--The duel.--"What...
book 1. King's College and Columbia College, by J. H. Van Amringe.--book 2. The university and the non-professional graduate schools, by M. Smith.--book 3. The professional schools. I. The school of medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons) by F. S. Lee. II. The school of law, by F. M. Burdick. III. The school of mines and associated schools, by H. S. Munroe. IV. The school of architecture, by A. D. F. Hamlin.--book 4. The affiliated colleges: I. Barnard college, by W. P. Trent. II.... Topics: Columbia University, Columbia University
byHamersly, Lewis Randolph, 1847-1910; Leonard, John W., 1849-1932; Mohr, William Frederick, 1870-; Knox, Herman Warren, 1881-; Holmes, Frank R
"Containing authentic biographies of New Yorkers who are leaders and representatives in various departments of worthy human achievement including sketches of every army and navy officer born in or appointed from New York and now serving, of all the congressmen from the state, all state senators and judges, and all ambassadors, ministers and consuls appointed from New York."